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SB 10.33.2

tatrārabhata govindo
 rāsa-krīḍām anuvrataiḥ
strī-ratnair anvitaḥ prītair
 anyonyābaddha-bāhubhiḥ
Synonyms: 
tatra — there; ārabhata — began; govindaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; rāsa-krīḍam — the pastime of the rāsa dance; anuvrataiḥ — by the faithful (gopīs); strī — of women; ratnaiḥ — the jewels; anvitaḥ — joined; prītaiḥ — who were satisfied; anyonya — among one another; ābaddha — entwining; bāhubhiḥ — their arms.
Translation: 
There on the Yamunā’s banks Lord Govinda then began the pastime of the rāsa dance in the company of those jewels among women, the faithful gopīs, who joyfully linked their arms together.